Greatest Patriots 2015 Championship Coasters

Regular price $50.00

Relive four of the greatest moments in New England football history. Each set comes with four laser-etched coasters depicting these historic plays:

2015 Super Bowl XLIX - Butler's interception
2015 AFC Championship Game - Brady to Solder
2015 AFC Divisional Playoff - Edelman to Amendola
2014 Regular Season, Week 5 - Turning the season around

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2015 Super Bowl XLIX
Butler's interception
New England vs. Seattle
28 - 24
February 1, 2015
U of Phoenix Stadium, Glendale, AZ
New England was down by 2 scores heading into the 4th and things were not looking great. But that is when Tom Brady is at his best, and he led New England down the field on 2 consecutive drives to give New England a 4 point lead. Seattle took over with 2 minutes remaining and had it down to the New England 1 yard line with 26 seconds still left on the clock. On a play that will be questioned for years, Seattle decided to throw. It was lucky call for New England because Malcolm Butler was ready, stepping in front of Ricardo Lockette to grab the interception, win the game, and give New England their 4th NFL Championship.
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2015 AFC Championship Game
Brady to Solder
New England vs. Indianapolis
45 - 7
January 18, 2015
Gillette Stadium, Foxboro, MA
The AFC Championship Game turned into the second largest rout ever, but early in the 3rd, New England was only up by 10 and were looking to lengthen their lead. Bill Belichick called for offensive lineman Nate Solder to line up as an eligible receiver. Tom Brady hit Solder with a 16 yd TD pass and put another nail in Indianapolis's coffin. New England closed out the game with another 3 touchdowns to secure a place in the Super Bowl.
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2015 AFC Divisional Playoff
Edelman to Amendola
New England vs. Baltimore
35 - 31
January 10, 2015
Gillette Stadium, Foxboro, MA
New England had the home advantage but they knew they'd have a tough game against Baltimore. As the clock ticked down in the 3rd New England was down a touchdown and Bill Belichick decided to pull a trick play. Tom Brady tossed the ball to WR and former QB Julian Edelman who found Danny Amendola streaking down field. The 51 yd TD pass gave New ENgland momentum and Brady got the winning TD in the 4th on a 23 yarder to Brandon LaFell.
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2014 Regular Season, Week 5
Turning the season around
New England vs. Cincinnati
43 - 17
October 5, 2014
Gillette Stadium, Foxboro, MA
It was the game that changed the entire season for New England. Having gone 2 - 2 to start the season, they needed a big win to kick start their season, and that's what they got in the rout against Cincinnati. Tom Brady started off the game with a crushing 80 yard drive ending in a 1 yd TD rush by Stevan Ridley. It was just what New England needed. The touchdown got them in a rhythm that saw them score another 3 touchdowns and 5 field goals, and helped them turn around the season.
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